Smart sensor technology: the RF and microwave power meter

Wednesday, 05 March, 2008 | Supplied by: Rohde & Schwarz (Australia) Pty Ltd

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The R&S NRP power meter series is suitable for daily use in research and development, production or mobile service, not to mention when analysing broadband modulation signals of third-generation mobile radio.

The versatility of the power meter series is primarily due to the newly developed sensors. These sensors are intelligent standalone instruments that communicate with the basic unit or a PC via a digital interface.

The basic unit offers compact size, intuitive user interface and multichannel capability.

Designed for R&D

Top measurement accuracy plus a dynamic range of 90 dB for broadband signals of any modulation are the most requested characteristics of a modern power meter. The versatile sensors feature these characteristics and are an investment if you wish to meet future requirements such as the broadband modulation types of third-generation mobile radio.

In addition, they are also capable of handling the RF bandwidths beyond 100 MHz that are already under discussion for wireless LAN.

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